He added a few easy to apply bitrate mods and also disable shutter sounds.
I havent noticed a difference yet, but I dont have enough pictures to compare yet.
My real interest is stereo sound and getting 30 FPS to work for 1080p. I'd be extremely happy if 1080p recording worked, as it is right now 720p is the way to go due to how choppy 24fps looks. Those extra 6 frames per second make a big difference.
I bumped up my audio recordings for 720/1080p to 192kbps 2 channel (stereo), and WMP is reporting about that. Usually 195ish kbps bitrate so much better audio quality at little to no impact on file size. As far as the actual practicality of it being in "stereo" now can't tell. I don't really know how to test it to see if it really is in stereo, besides muting a channel at a time and seeing if I hear different things. I'll do some testing I suppose.
As far as 30fps at 1080p, we already know the hardware should be more than capable of doing it, but there must be something there that caused Google/Samsung to hold off at 24fps. Whatever the reason be, I am confident it will not be an easy switch in an xml document.
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